Food Geek Review: Mcdonald’s New Signature Crafted Sandwiches

Mcdonald’s has been one of the staples of the American fast food industry for over 70 years.   One of the key ingredients in any company’s longevity is evolving with the times, and Mcdonald’s has taken another stab at doing that by unveiling a new option for your sandwiches, creating your own sandwich.


You first pick your recipe, choosing from either a Maple Bacon Dijon, a Pico Guacamole sandwich, or a Sweet BBQ Bacon.  Next you pick your protein, either a burger patty, buttermilk fried chicken or a grilled chicken.  And then lastly you pick your bun, either an Artisan bun or your standard sesame seed bun.    You can mix and match any combination of the three, but for my first attempt at this, I went with a Maple Bacon Dijon Fried Chicken Sandwich on an Artisan bun.


Doesn’t look as good in real life as it does in the fantasy world of advertisements, but the taste is amazing.  They’ve really hit a winner with this combo, as it’s one of the best tasting burgers I’ve ever had from Mcdonald’s.    The best way to describe the taste of the sandwich, it feels like a more expensive burger from a sit down burger place such as a Red Robin, but this is from Mcdonald’s.

If I were to have any complaints about the burger it’s that the restaurant managers need to train the employees in how to take one of these orders, as it was one of the more ridiculously  complicated endeavors I’ve ever had in ordering fast food through the drive through.     I’m going to have to go back again and try the other combos sometime soon, maybe from inside the restaurant next time.   If you want me to talk about them as well let me know in the comments section.

Mcdonald’s Signature Crafted Sandwich- Maple Bacon Dijon Chicken: Grade A


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